Warsaw Audio guides

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Warsaw Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

1. Warsaw Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Explore Warsaw at your own pace and get to know the historic and modern sides to the city on the panoramic hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus. The tour starts at the monumental Palace of Culture and Science, the highest building in Poland. Enjoy fantastic views of the city from the 30th floor, before you head off to explore further. History buffs will love the Warsaw Rising Museum, where the city’s turbulent history is brought to life through more than 1,000 exhibits, while the National Museum contains over 400 works by Poland’s greatest artists. Take the kids to meet the famous native brown bears of Warsaw Zoo, and see 500 other species of native and exotic animals while you are there. Choose from two lines: Red Route: 1. Palace of Culture & Science (Dworzec Centralny 14) 2. A- Grzybowski Market Square (Plac Grzybowski 1) 3. Old Town (Stare Miasto 05) 4. B - Warsaw University Library (Bibliteka Uniwersytecka 01) 5. C- Copernicus Science Center (Metro Centrum Nauki Kopernik 03) 6. D- National Stadium (Most Swietokrzyski 04) 7. E- Praga (Okrzei 02) 8. F- Multimedia Fountain Park (Bolesc 02) 9. G- Museum of Polish Jews History (Nalewki Muzeum 02) 10. H- Warsaw City Hall (Plac Bankowy 03) 11. Downtown (Centrum 06) Blue Route: 1. Palace of Culture & Science 2. Warsaw Rising Museum 3. Grzybowski Square 4. Zacheta Gallery 5. Old Town 6. Castle Square 7. Chopin Museum 8. National Museum 9. Three Crosses Square 10. Lazienki Royal Park 11. Constitution Square 12. Downtown

Warsaw: Old Town, Royal Castle, and Wilanow Palace Tour

2. Warsaw: Old Town, Royal Castle, and Wilanow Palace Tour

Explore Warsaw in small groups and avoid big tour buses and crowded transport. Rely on door-to-door transport by a friendly, English-speaking driver and informative audioguides available in Polish, English, German, Russian, French, Italian, Spanish to help you get acquainted with the main attractions.  Stop first at the Warsaw Old Town, which consists of the central city square surrounded by characteristic tenements. Spot the centrally-situated fountain with a sculpture of a siren, the city symbol. Enter the impressive Royal Castle, one of Warsaw's most iconic and historically-significant landmarks. See Sigismund’s Column while you're at Castle Square, known as the first secular monument in the form of a column in modern history. Wander to the nearby Pilsudski Square and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Travel the famous Royal Route, the most prominent artery of the city that connects two former royal residences, and check out the atmospheric cafes, restaurants, and art galleries that line it.  Hop back on your small-group transport to visit the magnificent Royal Palace of King Jan III Sobieski. The origins of the palace date back to 1677, although in time it became a magnificent villa surrounded by phantasmal gardens after subsequent owners expanded the grounds. Discover the traces of former residents that remain in the palace, from their interests and customs to the magnificent collections of artworks they amassed. Learn about the history of Warsaw and its place in a larger European context. See sights in the palace including the White Hall, the statue of Jan III Sobieski, the chapel, the King’s library, the King’s bedroom, the Grand Vestibule, the Queen’s bedroom, the Etruscan cabinet, the museum, and the baroque gardens.

From Warsaw: Tour to Malbork Castle and Gdansk or Sopot

3. From Warsaw: Tour to Malbork Castle and Gdansk or Sopot

Depart Warsaw and journey to the delta of the Vistula River to visit Malbork Castle, founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order and the largest castle complex in Europe by land area. Look inside the castle complex to admire the courtyard and cloisters of the High Castle, and discover where feasts where held at the Summer Refectory. Admire the Gothic architecture of the Grand Masters' Palace in the Middle Castle. Continue to the historic city of Gdansk to take a walk around the Old Town, and pass the Coal Market (Targ Węglowy) where the annual Christmas Market is held. See the Amber Museum, housed in the former Prison Tower, and walk through the richly decorated Golden Gate to enter Long Market leading to Green Gate. Journey back to the Middle Ages at Artus Court, where wealthy merchants would gather in the evenings in former times. Spot the colorful Dutch House (Dom Holenderski) and take a break at Neptune’s Fountain at the entrance to Artus Court. Visit the Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and admire the largest brick church in the world. Alternatively, you can visit the seaside resort town of Sopot if you prefer. Take a walk along the pedestrianized promenade of Bohaterów Monte Cassino ("Heroes of Monte Cassino Street") and cast your eyes on the famous ”Crooked House.” Go for a stroll along the longest wooden pier in Europe, and admire the Sopot Lighthouse, built in 1903-1904 as a part of the Balneological Institute. Go to the top of the lookout tower for a beautiful view of the city and sea.

Krakow: Private Guided City Tour by Electric Car

4. Krakow: Private Guided City Tour by Electric Car

After meeting with your guide, you will begin your city tour around Krakow in an electric car with an audio guide in your language. You will visit Old Town, Wawel Castle, the Jewish Quarter, former ghetto, and Schindler's Factory. Your tour will take 1.5 hours, and during your tour, you can listen to information about the history of Krakow and descriptions of the monuments in your choice of 28 languages. One car can take up to 7 people on board. In case of more people, there are next car available. The roof is panoramic, so you will be able to see the monuments clearly. During good weather the car will be open, but in case of rain, you can use transparent curtains so as to still see your surroundings.

Warsaw: Lazienki Park Small Groups Tour

5. Warsaw: Lazienki Park Small Groups Tour

Visit one of Warsaw’s most iconic landmarks, Lazienki Park, a magical place that’s an absolute must-see for any visitor to the city. This tour is dedicated to customers who want a more intimate experience within a smaller group. This means you can get the most out of your visit without having to make compromises. The park is stunning year-round, with shimmering colors of the rainbow in Fall, fairy tale snow covered grounds in Winter, bountiful blooms in Spring, and postcard perfect scenes in Summer. Across an incredible 80 hectares, the park is filled with places to explore, and your guide will take you to some of the most characteristic places in the park such as the Amphitheater, Palace on the Island, and New Orangery.

Warsaw Uprising Museum Audio Guided Tour

6. Warsaw Uprising Museum Audio Guided Tour

Visit the Warsaw Uprising Museum in a small or private group, and explore Poland’s role in World War II. The multimedia exhibitions will take you back in time to 1944, and discover the fight and daily lives of participants in the uprising. Learn about the horrors of occupation, the complicated international situation, and communist terror after the war.   See over 1,000 exhibits, including original weapons, clothing, and bands worn by insurgents. Admire a replica of the Liberator, an aircraft that provided assistance to the insurgents during the uprising. The museum also displays over 1,500 photographs and movies. Watch a 5-minute 3D flight simulation over demolished Warsaw. Visit this must-see sight in Warsaw.

Warsaw Uprising Museum and POLIN Museum Tour

7. Warsaw Uprising Museum and POLIN Museum Tour

This small-group tour is dedicated to those who want to discover Warsaw in the intimacy of a small group. It means that you can share transport and attractions while touring with others, using a vehicle with a maximum of 8 passengers. With its magnificent historical tenements, state-of-the-art sewage system, rapid growth, style and courtesy, this beautiful city used to be called "The Pearl of the North”. This marvelous city was demolished almost to the last building and the last brick. A generation of people who were not even 20, the future of the country, perished. The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews documents the centuries-old history of Jews in Poland. Multimedia exhibitions await visitors, showing how Poles and Jews lived together for many hundreds of years, and how both cultures merged together. In the conventional space, you can get acquainted with family and neighborly relations. The Core Exhibition is a journey through 1000 years of the history of Polish Jews, from the Middle Ages until today.

Warsaw: Old Town and Royal Castle Tour

8. Warsaw: Old Town and Royal Castle Tour

Your tour begins with pickup from your accommodation in Warsaw, before driving to the boundary of the Old Town — where no cars are allowed. Wandering the narrow alleyways and winding boulevards, your guide will explain the rich history that dates back to the 13th century.  See the picturesque Market Square, with its famous mermaid fountain, surrounded by stately and colorful buildings. Afterwards, continue to the Castle Square, the beginning of the Royal Route, which connects may of Warsaw’s most stunning landmarks. Take a tour of the Royal Castle in all its opulence, with included audio guide, before strolling to Pilsudski Square and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. With options for a small group tour, with no more than 8 people, or a private tour, you can cater your experience to your desires. Whatever you choose, after the tour is over, you’ll be taken back to your accommodation, mind brimming with historical and cultural insight.

Warsaw: Old Town Tour With Royal Castle and Uprising Museum

9. Warsaw: Old Town Tour With Royal Castle and Uprising Museum

This small-group tour is dedicated to customers who want to discover Warsaw in a more intimate setting. It will see you sharing transport and attractions with others, but with vehicles containing a capacity of no more than 8 passengers (no buses). The Old Town consists of the city square (surrounded by characteristic tenements), and a centrally placed fountain with a sculpture of a siren, the city symbol. Other elements of the Old Town are the Castle Square (with the Royal Castle next to it), and the Sigismund’s Column. Not far from the Old Town one can also find Pilsudski Square, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. A series of streets called the Royal Route begins from the Old Town. The Royal Route is the most prominent artery of the city, connecting two former royal residences. There are also numerous atmospheric cafes, restaurants and art galleries in the Old Town. During your tour, you will experience Warsaw's Old Town, including the streets of the Old Town, Barbican and defensive walls, the Old Town Market Square, Castle Square, the Royal Route, and the Royal Castle (with a tour inside). At the conclusion of your tour, you will be returned to your point of origin.

From Krakow: Full-Day Warsaw Sightseeing Tour

10. From Krakow: Full-Day Warsaw Sightseeing Tour

Discover the city highlights of Warsaw on full-day tour from Krakow. Snap pictures of Warsaw from the observation Deck at the Palace of Culture and Science. Take a stroll through the cobbled streets of the Old Town.  Enjoy the convenience of being picked up from your accommodation in Krakow. Sit back and relax on the scenic drive through the countryside to Warsaw. Explore the the Warsaw Uprising Museum. See old photographs, interactive displays, artifacts, and first-person accounts.  Learn about a major World War II operation that took place in the summer of 1944. Hear about the Polish underground resistance which tried to liberate Warsaw from German occupation. Walk around the Old Town and pass through the Market Square and Palace Square. Have the chance to stop at a traditional local restaurant and purchase lunch.  Finish your tour with a trip to the Palace of Culture and Science's observation deck. Admire unobstructed views of the city from a height of 114 meters. After the tour, return to your accommodation in Krakow.  

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What people are saying about Warsaw

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 243 reviews

The museum is organized as a walking indoor/outdoor either self-guided tour (make sure your phone is charged) or with a guide. We opted for a live guide and greatly enjoyed all the juicy bits of trivia that our guide weaved into the story of the factory. Beautiful artifacts, Impressive machinery, interesting authentic architecture (a rare treat in Warsaw that was so brutally destroyed in WWII).

It was very informative and it showed a lot of the many sites in Warsaw ! The host and driver were extremely nice and very helpful! I would recommend this to anyone who visits Warsaw!

It is worth going, because the distances in Warsaw are huge. A big plus is that both routes can be included in the ticket price. I am very pleased.

Very informative, had time to stop and take photos! Our tour guide was very friendly and spoke good English! We had a great time!

Great tour! Saw plenty of the and sets you up to plan for extended visits to some of the attractions! Recommended!